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Nancy M. Campbell

Clinical Assistant Professor, Health Services
Clinical Assistant Professor, Global Health

Principal
Campbell Consulting


Education

MA   State University of New York (Albany), 1977   (Criminal Justice)
BA   McGill University (Canada), 1974   (English Literature)

Contact Info

email:   nmc3@uw.edu

About

Ms. Campbell is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Schools of Global Health and Public Health at the University of Washington and was a senior lecturer at the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs for fifteen years. Her classes focus on developing the individual and team competencies and capacity to lead and manage organizations effectively.

She has assisted in the development and delivery of mid-career and executive masters programs in Global Health and Public Affairs. She has also provided leadership development for Hubert H. Humphrey and Packard Gates Population Leadership fellows and has taught in the Cascade Center for Public Service and Leadership. She has taught in many countries and is experienced working and teaching in multi-cultural contexts.

As the principal of Campbell Consulting, a leadership development firm since 1999, she works with public sector and non-governmental agencies to develop effective leaders and teams. She facilitates change processes at the individual, team and organizational levels. Nancy is committed to helping people discover and develop their leadership gifts. Nancy supports leaders to develop a robust repertoire of behaviors that:

  • increase self awareness and accurate self-assessment, 
  • enhance their ability to understand and empathize with others, 
  • improve interpersonal relationships, and 
  • influence others more effectively 
Client Examples
  • Health Alliance International 
  • Landesa Rural Development Institute 
  • Compass Housing Alliance 
  • Cities of Fife, Bothell, Pasco, Olympia 
  • Comprehensive Health Education Foundation 
  • National Institute of Corrections
  • Humanities Washington


Leadership development; change management; team building
  • HSMGMT 560   (eMPH)
    Management Practice in Health Care and Public Health Organizations